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Haecceities : essentialism, identity, and abstraction

Author: Jeffrey Strayer
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017.
Series: Philosophy of history and culture, VOLUME 36
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Haecceities: Essentialism, Identity, and Abstraction' is both an artistic and philosophical examination of the limits of Abstraction in art and of kinds of radical identity that are determined in the identification of those limits. Building on his work Subjects and Objects, Strayer shows how the fundamental conditions of making and apprehending works of art can be used, in concert with language, thought, and  Read more...
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Strayer, Jeffrey.
Haecceities.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017
(DLC) 2016047966
Named Person: Jeffrey Strayer
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Strayer
ISBN: 9789004338449 9004338446
OCLC Number: 968246200
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Space, Time, Language, and Objects and Particular Matters of General Relevance to Essentialism --
Haecceities, Ideational Objects, and Identity --
The Space of Apprehension and the Field of Understanding --
Essentialist Determination of Some Limits of Abstraction and Kinds of Radical Identity : Selections from the Haecceities Series with Commentary.
Series Title: Philosophy of history and culture, VOLUME 36
Responsibility: by Jeffrey Strayer.

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Haecceities: Essentialism, Identity, and Abstraction' is both an artistic and philosophical examination of the limits of Abstraction in art and of kinds of radical identity that are determined in the identification of those limits. Building on his work Subjects and Objects, Strayer shows how the fundamental conditions of making and apprehending works of art can be used, in concert with language, thought, and perception, as material for producing the more Abstract and radical artworks possible. Certain limits of Abstraction and possibilities of radical identity are then identified that are critically and philosophically considered. They prove to be so extreme that the concepts artwork, abstraction, identity, and object in art, philosophy, and philosophy of art, have to be reconsidered.

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